One of the aspects of Salou that attracts tourists from all over the world is its great summer weather.
The climate in Salou is the typical Mediterranean weather: warm summers with plenty of sunshine and mild winters. Summer temperatures are a little cooler and more comfortable than the resorts of southern part of Spain (Andalucía), while winter temperatures are milder than those felt in other parts of northern Europe.
In general terms:
The Summers in Salou reach highs in the mid-twenties
July is the hottest month in Salou with an average temperature of 25°C and the coldest is January at 9°C with the most daily sunshine hours at 10 in July. The best month to swim in the sea is in August when the average sea temperature is 25°C.
The rainy autumn months in Salou average in the high tens.
The wettest month is September with an average of 50mm of rainfall.
SUMMER IN SALOU
Summer is the main tourist season as the weather becomes perfect for enjoying the beautiful beaches in Salou. Daily highs average 28°C in summer while night time lows drop to about 20°C. It can get hotter, into the high 30s, although there is often a cooling sea breeze to relieve the heat. These blow strongest at night and generally ensure pleasant evenings.